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Concrete is the go-to for cheaper end paving as you can choose from a variety of different colours, styles, textures, and even sizes of concrete slabs.
Gravel or query dustare the cheapest option when looking to create a patio on a budget. Otherwise, pebbles or reclaimed materials are also good options. If you’re set on laying paving slabs, concrete is one of the cheapest materials, and when installed and maintained correctly, it can hold up well and last for years.

1. Design. A well thought out design is the key to success, so don’t rush.

2. Style. There are many styles and textures to choose from depending on your particular tastes.

3. Colour.

4. Paving Materials

Thinner, more delicate paving won’t be able to withstand the weight and pressure of vehicles rolling across it on a daily basis, not to mention the constant weight when a car is parked up. With that in mind, it’s recommended that you opt for paving bricks of at least 50-80 mm thick.
What’s more, tarmac driveways are normally a lot cheaper than block paved driveways, due to being quick and efficient to install. All in all, tarmac is a great choice if you’re looking for a long-lasting driveway with minimal maintenance.
Gravel is the least costly material to pave a driveway.
Cobblestones are by far the longest-lasting pavers made of natural stone ordinarily obtained from quarries. These virtually indestructible pavers can last for more than a century and have a rough texture that gives driveways, patios and walkways a charming appearance that’ll last for an entire lifetime.
The strongest of the patterns is the herringbone. It can be laid at a 45- or 90-degree angle. The pattern has many angles which will engage your visitors as they make their way to the entrance of your home. Because the pattern tightly interlocks the brick it can handle significant weight, so it is ideal for driveways.
Granite is an effective, natural, stone, paving choice, for damp, boggy and shady areas. Its low water absorption and dense structure means it is resilient to weather action.


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